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Keyshawn Johnson claims that in order to prepare for Deion Sanders and Colorado, Oregon got outside assistance.

Immediately after the conclusion of the game, I had a conversation with a member of the coaching community. “And they know some people who coach at Oregon,” added Johnson. “And they know some people who coach at Oregon.”

“They said, ‘Man, I’ve never heard from another assistant coach of how much information was being given to that staff about – I’m being real with it – about game-planning against Colorado so that they can beat them.’ “Everyone was in a tight position…

That is the truth of the situation. This is not anything I have made up. I’m not going to identify anybody right now, but if you’ve been paying attention, you already know who I’m talking about.

It is not unusual for coaches to provide assistance to one another, despite the fact that this situation has a certain amount of intrigue given that it includes the divisive Sanders.

There is a possibility that a member of the coaching staffs for TCU or Colorado State University is on good terms with a member of Oregon’s staff.

This season, neither TCU nor Colorado State will compete against Oregon.

Despite just having one victory to its name from the previous season, Colorado has been the talk of college football owing to Sanders.

In Sanders’ first season at Colorado, his confidence and popularity have rubbed other coaches the wrong way, and now those coaches want to put a stop to Sanders’ rise to the top of the coaching ranks.

The game on Saturday helped put some reality behind that anticipation because it demonstrated that despite the gains made by the Buffaloes, there is still a significant chasm between Colorado and genuine contenders for the national crown like Oregon.

The disparity in skill, along with the fact that two-way standout Travis Hunter was not available, most certainly had a greater impact on the final result than any outside guidance did.

The Buffaloes didn’t help their cause by engaging in some silly pregame theatrics, which only served to energize their opponent, the Ducks.

“This is the first year that (Sanders) has competed at the Power Five level. This is his first year at school. “They have a record of 3-1,” Johnson said.

“We can’t just sit up here and act like it’s all over, they’re done for, and they’ll never win another game,” the coach yelled down to his players. That is not the case at all.

They faced up against a more talented Oregon team, but overall, they are the superior football squad.

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Written by Anthony Peters